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2.0 out of 5 starsAcademic and cold
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020
I had wanted a book to get to know this Cardinal George that Bishop Barron talks so highly of. To see the warmth and wit and ... humanity of a great man of the Church. The book is handsomely bound and printed on some of the nicest paper I have ever owned. But I don't know what most of those big words mean and it overall comes across as a stuffy academic work and not at all revealing the man I had intended to meet. Maybe this who George was and my expectations were out of line. I can't tell. Quit halfway through after the fourth essay.